Oh! A new concept

Since its inception, 40 years ago, the city of Cancun has seen unprecedented levels of tourism growth in Mexico and has been at the forefront of tourism development in our country. To maintain these high levels of growth it is essential for hoteliers to be up to speed on the...

Cancun’s extraordinary summer

The summer holiday season ended with excellent news for our area’s tourism industry, with hotels reporting a turnover of approximately US$461M for the period 14 July to 17 August.

Crazy Hot Coyote, the club that has it all

Crazy Hot Coyote (CHC) is a place where entertainment and fun is the dish of the day. This cabaret style club is located in the heart of Cancun city center, close to the Hotel Zone. It has quickly become a jewel in the crown of Cancun’s nightlife. Her attractive exterior...

The place where dreams are made…

In the Grand Oasis Sens you will find a place where dreams are made, this place is restaurant Benazuza, and like a dream you don’t want to wake up from, the team at Cancun’s best restaurant will take you on a fun, magical, unique, and unexpected journey. At Benazuza you will...

The grandmaster of fun

Known as the grandmaster of fun, the Oasis Cancun hotel offers live concerts, music festivals, shows, themed parties, comedic sketches, and a never ending plethora of attractions. Its entertainment team aims to amaze guests with eye-catching spectacles, full of color and fun.

The White Box, a box full of surprises

The experience of eating haute cuisine does not simply end once the plate is empty; the dishes served transport us to fond places, bring back happy memories, and surprise and excite the senses. Smells, flavors, and sensations entwine within us providing experiences that elevate...

Say “I do” to a beach wedding

Being a paradisiacal destination, Cancun is the perfect place to have a beach wedding, as beauty and romanticism are always present.

Everything you need for touring Cancun’s Mayan ruins

Cancun is known for its wild nightlife, beautiful beaches, and year-round sun. What perhaps is less known is that it is home to many Mayan ruins. Approximately 3000 years of Mayan culture has left behind several Mayan dialects and many impressive constructions.

The sheet music and the sand: Concerto de Aranjuez

Paco De Lucia’s love of Mexico’s turquoise sea began many years ago. It was by these white sands that Paco played Joaquin Rodrigo’s emblematic Concerto de Aranjuez for the first time. Paco recounts the story:

Oasis Jazz U Festival – Latin Fusion: A Homage To Paco De Lucia

On February 26th of this year, the name Francisco Sanchez Gomez (born 21 December 1947 in Algeciras, Spain) was written in black ink on a hospital document in Cancun, Mexico. As a child, Lucia, his mother, would kiss him on the forehead after his father had spent hours practicing...